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Dos Caminos Soho

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Dos Caminos Soho

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Address: 475 West Broadway
City: New York, NY
Zip: 10012
Phone: (212) 277-4300
Site: Visit the restaurant site
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Cuisine: Mexican
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Area: SoHo
Entree Price: $20-25


Moving South of the Border (south of Houston Street, that is) Dos Caminos SoHo has brought the fiesta downtown, capturing the true spirit of genuine Mexican cuisine. Executive Chefs Ivy Stark and Scott Linquist continue to spice up the New York Mexican scene as they did at Dos Caminos SoHo’s older sibling on Park Avenue. From after-work margaritas to a fiesta-friendly lunch, dinner or brunch, Dos Caminos SoHo has also earned a place among the city’s top Mexican spots – from critics to guests, all agree! Join us for our famous Prickly Pear Margaritas and other creative seasonal drinks, and absorb the scene as our Guac Bar prepares fresh guacamole that inspired Food & Wine magazine to call ours the city's best. These palate ticklers can add spice and excitement to any occasion. Consider the menu a boarding pass to Mexico City – one look and you’ll be packing your bags. Fabulously fresh Tuna Ceviche is tossed with Avocado, Fresh Peppers and a Mango-Costeno Chile Salsa and updated classics such as the Roasted Plantain Empanada with Black Beans, Cojita Cheese and Chiptotle Aioli tell you right away that you’re in good hands. Popular entrees include the Dos Enchiladas (two is always better than one!), Chilean Sea Bass Veracruzana gives a nod to Mexico’s seafood cuisine, and Niman Ranch Pork Ribs Barbacoa with Chipotle Barbeque Sauce, Cumin Braised Cabbage and Black Bean Chili is sure to remind you of those cool desert nights. Aye carumba! After spicing up your night, cool down with our sweet, mouth-watering masterpieces created by Pastry Chef Hugo Reyes. Hot picks include the Pineapple Upside Down Tres Leches Cake for a new take on the traditional, and our Oaxacan Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding combining sugar and spice (and all things nice). Crepas de Cajeta, a combination of warm Pistachio Crepes, Roasted Bananas and Cajeta Sauce are also sure to hit the spot. To wake up your taste buds on those lazy weekend mornings, be sure to check out Dos Caminos’ hit-the-spot brunch, featuring our “Breakfast Americano” of seasonal specialties and Mexican favorites like the house favorite Chilequlies – known in Mexico to cure hangovers, but this side of the border it’s enough to inspire a passionate food obsession. Whether day or night, make sure you take a moment to soak in the warmth of the hot pink, burnt orange and chocolate brown 225-seat surroundings, including murals and whimsical lighting designed by award-winning architects Yabu Pushelberg. Sit back and sample one of our 150 Tequilas and house specialty drinks (go ahead – no one’s counting!) hand selected by our Master Mixologist Eben Klemm and Master Sommelier Greg Harrington. In no time, you'll be feeling that Baja breeze. Muy Bien indeed!